Let’s Get Active

 

There has been considerable concern over the last few years about an increase in children’s sedentary behaviour and a reduction in their physical activity.. Babies and young children undergo rapid and wide-ranging physical and psychological developments in their early years which contribute to their future health and well-being. Physical development contributes to cognitive development – as children move and explore the world they learn about the properties of objects and their own capabilities. In the early years children are establishing patterns of activity which will affect their whole future. If activity and healthy eating are established early on good habits tend to remain. It is widely believed that physical development can also help with the development of personal and social skills such as self-confidence, interaction, taking turns, getting along with others and so on. 

 

All children will take part in this fantastic club with Sarah P. on Thursday mornings.